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Re: [K12OSN] Roaming Profiles

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It works this way to avoid accidentally deleting a file. Otherwise, it might delete stuff created when you were working "offline" with your laptop.

There is a regedit to delete application/browser caches on logoff, so you aren't pulling and pushing them back and forth to the server and taking up server disk space.
What files are you trying to delete?

This is how you delete the entire roaming profile, http:// www.downloadatoz.com/windows-registry/faq,how-to-delete-roaming- profiles-when-logging-out.html which is useful in someplace like a computer lab with generic logins, but I don't think that is what you are looking for.

On Mar 19, 2009, at 12:41 PM, Huck wrote:

Have some interesting behavior with roaming profiles I'm looking to correct/change.

It appears that when a student logs into a machine a profile is stored locally on each and every machine.

If they are logged out and I delete some files manually on the server, the next time they log into a workstation, the files "come back to life" from the profile stored on the local machine.

Is there anything detrimental about turning off roaming profiles after it's been in use 3/4 of the year?


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